Elsewhere

Email

Write to me at this email address.

Email is clumsy, but still the most universal phenomenon on the web. Plain-text emails are encouraged.

Meetings

Book a 15 minute slot. Available days are highlighted using a round outline.

Instant messaging

I prefer emails, but if you must instant message… here you go. Do expect lousy response times. Again, email is better!

  • Signal (drop me an email).
  • WhatsApp (drop me an email).
  • XMPP/Jabber.
    I’d recommend Snikket if you want to get started. These are the OMEMO keys that you can trust from me:
    • Phone and tablet: 407947ba b6202bad bd2aa2a6 a8738f92 1d1a7e7e 2ab3f8fc 51e0aa58 4e3c8912
    • Laptop: eb9d5d3e 06e4da7b 02376069 80970ba9 69cffb50 fc52a3d0 f47b933f f989d03a

Donations

I accept donations primarily for SmallCamp.

You may also send me a donation if any comment I left somewhere, a blog post I published, or if something I wrote or worked on affected you positively.

Direct donations/tips.

  • Ko-fi: No platform fees, but Stripe/PayPal fees apply. Memberships are disabled to keep things simple. Return to tip/donate again if you feel like it.
  • Liberapay

Indirectly via referrals.

  • Fastmail.
  • Hetzner.
    • You get 20 euros as credit. Once you spend 10 euros of your own money, I get 10 euros.

Micro-blogging

Private

I have carved out my online safe space on a personal Mastodon instance.

Public

I also keep a public and primarily tech-focused Mastodon account.

In case you don’t have a Fediverse account, my Twitter should make-do. Fair disclosure: I don’t treat it as a first-class citizen in my micro-blogging realm.

Music

Bandcamp is a start. Feel free to gift me anything you like from my wish list. 🙂

Source code

Primarily, my source code is available on GitHub.

Briefly, I had attempted to use Gitea as my primary and self-hosted git forge. Without federation and ability to talk to other Gitea hosts, that turned out to be a bad idea.